Tagged: International coverage

Forbes Vietnam launched on Monday

Forbes Vietnam, a monthly magazine published in Vietnamese, launched on Monday. Forbes Vietnam is published under a licensing agreement between Forbes Media LLC and Interactive Media, an IDG Ventures Vietnam portfolio company, and in...

Will WSJ stand up to China now?

Eamonn Fingleton of Forbes.com writes about how The Wall Street Journal will cover China now that the CEO of its parent company, Rupert Murdoch, is divorcing his China-born wife. FIngelton writes, “Under Murdoch’s ownership...

Taking a look at China’s economy

There were a couple of stories about the state of the Chinese economy during the weekend. Covering this story continues to be one of the biggest for business journalists, but sometimes it’s just hard to...

CNBC hires British business editor

CNBC has hired Helia Ebrahimi as its UK business editor, based at its European headquarters in London. She will make her on-air debut Friday morning on “Squawk Box,” the network’s flagship morning programme. Ebrahimi...

WSJ names new Afghan/Pakistan reporter

Yaroslav Trofimov, editor of Afghanistan and Pakistan for The Wall Street Journal, and Paul Beckett, Asia editor of the paper, sent out the following staff announcement on Tuesday: We are delighted to announce that...

G-7 avoids confrontation with Japan

While all the international conferences on money may seem a bit over-covered and like they don’t have much influence, each business news outlet tends to focus on different parts of their talks. It’s important...